Thursday, June 16, 2016

#ProtectClothesYouLove With Downy Fabric Conditioner

**This is a sponsored post from SheSpeaks/P&G.  Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

With all we do to protect our clothes, why not do something as simple as pour Downy Fabric Conditioner into every load of laundry? With the simple filling of a cap, you can say goodbye to stretching, fading, and pilling, giving your clothes a longer, happier life.

My favorite day is Clean Sheets Day and I love it even more now that we've added Downy Liquid Fabric Conditioner to our laundry routine.  The smell of our clean laundry freshens up the whole house and lingers for days!  Of course the biggest reason I love Downy is because it leaves our clothes and linens smelling absolutely ahhh-mazing, but it has some other really awesome benefits!

Downy protects clothes:
Instead of losing their shape, clothes bounce back to their store-bought form.
Colors stay true and resist fading.
Towels are protected from pilling and fuzz.
Fabrics are softened for added comfort.

Check out the science behind Downy Liquid Fabric Conditioner:
During a ride around the washing machine, garments pull stretch, and rub together. Downy conditions, strengthens, and lubricates each fiber to protect clothing from the friction, and agitation of typical washing cycle.

Here is another helpful tip for fabric protection:  
In addition to the protection Downy fabric conditioner offers, turning garments inside out, and washing soft fabrics like cotton on the gentle cycle will keep your clothes looking the best for years to come.

Want your laundry to smell and look great?
Downy Fabric Conditioner is available at Walmart and for everyday low prices. Learn more and shop for it here.

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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